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Democrats quibble over who should order another economic shutdown

Democrats quibble over who should order another economic shutdown

The Democratic message machine needs a reboot to unfreeze their collective screens of talking points urging a nationwide shutdown to stop COVID. They were all for the desperate measure and temporary fix before the November election, but now Democrat governors...

Top Denver school official resigns! No, it’s not Tay.

Top Denver school official resigns! No, it’s not Tay.

Denver Public Schools Superintendent Susana Cordova announced Friday she will resign her post to take a job as a deputy superintendent of the Dallas Independent School District. We can’t imagine why Cordova would want to leave her job after only two years while taking...

Jason Crow breaks promise to oppose Nancy Pelosi for Speaker

Jason Crow breaks promise to oppose Nancy Pelosi for Speaker

Jason Crow ran as an alleged moderate in 2018 and pledged to vote against Nancy Pelosi for Speaker of the House. Crow abandoned that promise this week by pledging to back Pelosi for Speaker when the new Congress convenes in January. Fellow former Pelosi antagonist Ed...

Polis’s $1.3 billion stimulus proposal is stuffed with pork spending

Polis’s $1.3 billion stimulus proposal is stuffed with pork spending

Gov. Polis wants his Democrat-controlled state legislature to go on a wild spending spree in the name of “economic stimulus” and blow $1.3 billion in taxpayer dollars on a lot of vague projects and some other stuff they needed anyway. Stimulus dollars, in this case to...

Council votes Monday: How Denver will blow new $1.3 billion budget

Council votes Monday: How Denver will blow new $1.3 billion budget

The Denver City Council votes Monday on a $1.3 billion budget for next year that cuts spending by $190 million through furloughs and cuts in police, fire and economic development. Here’s a handy graphic from Denverite illustrating the city’s priorities during the...

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